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French Canada

n
(Placename) the areas of Canada, esp in the province of Quebec, where French Canadians predominate

French′ Can′ada



n.
1. French Canadians as a group.
2. the part of Canada inhabited mainly by French Canadians; Quebec.
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He reveals how Haiti was both connected to French Canada by language and yet, at the same time, was considered fundamentally different and less civilized.
The Canadian Canoe Pilgrimage will bring together people from the First Nations, from English and French Canada, young and old, men and women, Jesuits and lay.
The stairs showcase the Governor General of Canada at the time the building was constructed (1877-1886), the first Lieutenant-Governor of Quebec, the first historians of French Canada, Canadian martyrs and renowned bishops.
Robinson presents a revealing portrait of the social and institutional antisemitism that prevailed in English and French Canada in the interwar period, from restricted clubs, to unwelcoming businesses, professions and universities.
It has made an impact in French Canada, with sales following positive reviews in several French-language newspapers and magazines.
In the interior, a few pioneers out of French Canada and some out of the lower Louisiana parishes, along with a few black slaves, mixed with the still-numerous tribes of Native Americans.
French Canada in Transition a ete un ouvrage phare pour des anglophones appeles a s'interesser au devenir du Canada francais dans l'industrialisation et l'urbanisation en 1943, puis pour les compatriotes de Jean-Charles Falardeau dont la traduction de l'ouvrage parue en 1948 devait reveler la crise des siens dans Rencontre de deux mondes.
The couple who own, operate and prepare the meals are from France and French Canada and display all their culinary talents while creating a little slice of the French countryside in very New England Southbridge.
If French crime novels become as fashionable as the Scandinavian have been, perhaps the torrent that unleashes as publishers rush to fill the demand will sweep the better novels of French Canada along with it.
Velez offers fascinating examples from Latin America and French Canada for her argument: Catholic missions were spaces of encounter and created bridges between European and Native American cultures.
Six brothers and their father migrated from French Canada to St.
At Detroit, he had observed a different and very distinctive feature of the settlement's built environment and land-use pattern that reflected the culture and heritage of French Canada.